Our intervention strategies
At the national level, many of our in-country partners work to deliver inclusive, rights-based and gender-sensitive health and other services that address the needs of key populations.
Policy changes are greatly needed to ensure access to HIV services for key populations. That is why Bridging the Gaps partners jointly implement advocacy activities on global and regional levels.
In-country partners work to hold their governments accountable for the fulfilment of key populations’ rights, while they also fuel, inform and guide our global and regional advocacy efforts. Bridging the Gaps also works with community-led organisations and networks on community development. We ensure that key population communities are organised and strengthened through partnerships, as well as aware of their rights.
You can read more about our global advocacy work here.